Husky Health & Well-Being

UW’s one-stop wellness website with information on a wide range of health and wellness services, from medical care and counseling services to safety resources and peer health advocacy. Includes links to information on:

Husky Helpline

(206) 616-7777

If you are in crisis and need to talk to someone, Husky Helpline is operated by Telus (formally MySSP) to give students access to same-day, confidential mental health and crisis intervention support, 24/7 and in multiple languages.

Hall Health Center

(206) 543-1240

Provides high-quality, evidence-based care to UW’s diverse student body, offering a range of services to assess and treat mental health concerns. Available Monday-Friday, excluding University holidays, view hours here. They offer a variety of services including:

  • Short-term individual counseling
  • Help getting connected to longer-term therapy if appropriate
  • Free appointments for brief support and help connecting with services
  • Group trainings and counseling to learn coping skills, manage anxiety and depression, develop healthy relationships, and more
  • Psychiatric services, including medication for depression, anxiety, and other symptoms
  • Light therapy for seasonal affective disorder
  • Same-day appointments for those in urgent need
  • Help finding and connecting with other on- and off-campus support

Student Counseling Center

(206) 543-1240

Offers multiple options for students seeking help coping with stress and mental health concerns. Available Monday-Friday, see quarterly schedule. All UW Seattle students who are in degree-seeking programs are eligible for their counseling services, which include:

  • Self-Help Resources
  • Skills-Based Workshops
  • Short-Term Counseling
  • Referrals for Ongoing/Specialized Counseling
  • Crisis Services

Safe Campus

(206) 685-SAFE (7233)

For entire UW community. Call if you’re concerned for self, student, or colleague and it feels potentially dangerous. Available 8am-5pm Monday-Friday, excluding University holidays. Topics covered by Safe Campus include:

Sexual Assault Resources

Information and resources for victims of sexual assault and for preventing and responding to sexual misconduct:

LiveWell Center for Student Advocacy, Training and Education (109 Elm Hall)

(206) 543-6085

Provides support, advocacy, consultation, and education to the UW campus community. Available Monday-Friday, excluding University holidays. Their programs include:

  • Alcohol & Other Drug Consultation and Education
  • Student Coaching and Care
  • Suicide Intervention
  • Survivor Support and Advocacy
  • Peer Health Educators

Let’s Talk

Drop-in consultation with a counselor, a collaboration between the Counseling Center and Hall Health Center. Available Monday-Friday, excluding University holidays, view virtual Let’s Talk schedule here.

Self-Help Resources

The UW Counseling Center offers links to information on a variety of mental health-related topics, ranging from mental health apps, to dealing with social anxiety, to an online mental health screening.

Disability Resources for Students

Disability Resources for Students (DRS) recognizes disability as an aspect of diversity that is integral to society and to our campus community. DRS staff work with admitted University of Washington (UW) students to ensure equal access to UW academic programs and services.

For nearly 40 years Disability Resources for Students (DRS) has been dedicated to ensuring access and inclusion for students with disabilities on the Seattle campus. This includes matriculated students in undergraduate, graduate, professional, Evening Degree, and Access programs. DRS serves over 2,400 students with temporary and permanent physical, health, learning, sensory, or psychological disabilities. DRS partners with students to establish services for their access and inclusion on campus.

All disability accommodations are determined through an interactive process that requires the engagement of both the student and DRS staff.